RE: C65 uses 6581 or 8580 ?
Date: 2002-02-18 05:07:45

>Yes and no.  When the I/O area at $dxxx is accessed in fast mode, the 
>VIC-IIe delays the CPU clock signal if the access would have taken place 
>in the "wrong" cycle half (the one that would be assigned to the VIC-IIe 
>in slow mode).

I thought it was the MMU that had the IOACC? pin and this controlled the
Stretching of the clock cycle (may I have it wrong). The C65 doesn't have
such a feature as the only chip not capable of running at full speed was the


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